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Discrete CollectionsPolitics, economics and social science collections
TitleRed Notes Italian Archive
Extent12 shelves
Admin Biographical HistoryThe Red Notes Italian Archive was begun in the late 1970s with the aim of building an archive of material on the history of trade unions and the extra-Parliamentary Left in Italy. In late-1984, due to lack of space, the decision was made to transfer the Archive to the Library at LSE. Since then, material has been transferred to the Library gradually, as it has been listed. Much material still remains with the creators of the Archive, although the plan is for it to be transferred eventually.
Custodial HistoryThe collection is gradually being transferred to the LSE archives by the originators of the Red Notes Italian Archive.
DescriptionBooks, journals and other material relating to the development and history of trade unions and the extra-Parliamentary left in Italy. The collection contains both English-language material and original Italian material. Most of the material so far transferred to the Library is in Italian.
Additional Red notes material:
John Merrington archives - which consist of books relating to the history, economics and politics of Italy - list available in file. (RNM)
Material collected by Patrick Gunn-Cunninghame for a thesis on the Italian autonomy movement (RNG/61-63, 65-97, 100-106, 115-116, 117A, plus RNG 107A, 108-114, 117B, 118A and B)
A detailed listing is available on request.
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